The Ivy will open its first restaurant outside the UK in the Irish capital.
The man made a derogatory remark towards another employee at an out-of-hours work gathering.
The receptionist worked for a state-funded company that provides services to children.
Mark Savage claimed he was told to remove the line from his CV.
The strip is already home to Copper Face Jacks and several other venues.
But the business – set up by twins David and Stephen Flynn – has been growing fast.
It was ruled that the company did not address racial abuse directed towards an employee.
The woman had her hours cut after surgery to treat endometriosis.
The woman rejected an offer of re-engagement on a two-year contract.
The Labour Court said the retailer didn’t carry out a proper investigation.
The former employee was dismissed after causing €2,500 worth of damage to a van.
The Employment Appeals Tribunal has found that the Strand Hotel’s decision to sack the man was fair.
His property firm has demanded an oral hearing from An Bord Pleanála.
Plans for the 141-room development near Enniskerry have been shot down.
Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud also saw its cash pile increase more than four-fold.
Hawkins House – widely known as the capital’s ‘ugliest building’ – will also be redeveloped.
The sum is one of the highest ever awarded by the Workplace Relations Commission.
Her employer, Clann Mor, said it had a zero-tolerance policy for abuse.
The new technology campus will cost up to €1.25 billion to complete.
The facility will produce its new premium Irish whiskey product Roe & Co.